Annapolis Cat Hospital

Kitten Care

Oh, you just brought a wee little fluffy bundle of crazy and cuddles into your life! Many congratulations on your newest forever family member! Let’s start your kitty off right with a nose-to tail examination and develop a protocol of care and vaccinations tailored just for your baby!

Caring For Your New Kitten

During your kitten's first appointment, one of our gentle veterinarians will discuss your pet’s medical needs with you and develop a care plan tailored specifically for your pet.

We will also conduct a thorough physical examination, collect a stool sample to check for parasites, and discuss the following components of your kitten’s care:

  • Vaccinations
  • Parasite testing and prevention
  • Litter box training
  • Spay/neuter surgery
  • Any necessary blood tests
  • Nutrition and exercise
  • Socializing your pet with other family members

We are honored to help pet owners care for their new companions during this extra special stage of life.

Spay/Neuter Procedure

We recommend all our patients undergo the spay or neuter procedure. In addition to preventing unwanted litters, spaying or neutering your pet has many health benefits. For female cats, spaying prevents mammary and ovarian cancers, while for male cats, neutering minimizes the risk of testicular and prostate cancers. The procedure also reduces sexual instincts that lead to unwanted behaviors, such as aggressive behavior, roaming, and spraying.

For more reasons to spay or neuter your pet, see Dr. Longo in our video on YouTube.

Join the Annapolis Cat Hospital Family Today!

Located directly next to Bay Ridge Animal Hospital in the shopping center between Bay Ridge Ave and Forest Dr.

Phone: 410-268-2287

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